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SFGTV2
Sep 4, 2010 1:00pm PDT
cyclists. a lot of these people go long distances in copenhagen. tc[the young ones, they shoulde a chance also. here you have a situation with an intersection which affects the cyclists. there are more visible. -- they are more visible from the cars. we intend to cooperate with09gze society on the other side for how we can improve the possibilities. if your cyclist,, it is different than if your car driver. we're very much interested in a lifestyle if you live in copenhagen, and is very important that you can bring a bicycle in on public transport. that is possible on the regional trains. there are some rooms in the trains, which is space for the bicycles, even during rush hour. you could say that the voters in copenhagen are very positive about this. last election, it was partly run up by some of the politicians, and one of those was our mayor. the politicians now, they say there is something for everyone. the issues which are the most important to accommodate -- they choose which were the most important to accommodate, and those are pedestrians and cyclists. i think we're doing what is
SFGTV2
Sep 24, 2010 3:00pm PDT
copenhagen are very positive about this. last election, it was partly run up by some of the politicians, and one of those was our mayor. the politicians now, they say there is something for everyone. the issues which are the most important to accommodate -- they choose which were the most important to accommodate, and those are pedestrians and cyclists. i think we're doing what is necessary to reach the goal. this is our mayor, a photo opportunity. it is a possibility to be seen. thank you very much. [applause] >> thank you very much. our next speaker is peter. peter is supervisor and senior adviser of the traffic and transport division at the chamber of commerce, amsterdam. they are partners with businesses and public authorities to develop a robust and economically healthy region. they supervise a team of professionals in the port industries, barge, rail, and road transport. sounds like mta. the chamber of commerce amsterdam is known as an element of innovative approach to connectivity and mobility. he is strong and establishing unique partnership to create groundbr
SFGTV2
Sep 24, 2010 2:30pm PDT
and planning in the traffic department of copenhagen. he is educated as a landscape architect starting his career in the danish cyclist federation in the late 1970's, has worked with cycling research projects at the danish technical university, has conflicted to national danish cycle planning and has been involved in european union projects on zero and low-emission vehicles as well as cycling benchmarking. he has been the coordinating of a car-free cities conference and another conference in copenhagen. nils. >> i'm very happy to be here today and i'm going to talk about planning for a wide range of users, not just for the strong cyclists. i'm not too familiar with this. it's very easy. just keep to the right. in our cycling policy, we present a starting point for the policies for cycling, what we call the transport quality and we are looking at safety, of course, which are the statistics, but we also very much looking at the sense of safety or the sense of security that you feel safe, that the cyclists feel safe and that's not just the strong cyclist, but cycle groups, different cyclist g
SFGTV2
Sep 4, 2010 1:30pm PDT
you put forward to say we cannot continue the way that things are going. >> think in copenhagen, the status of the car has changed. people are not used to having cars anymore. they sometimes use a car and go to a car sharing club or something. it is socially acceptable to cycle. 30, 40 years ago, you would maybe be seen as a loser if he came on a bicycle, -- if you came on a bicycle, but now it is for everybody. everyone is cycling. it is not, the former generation in the 60's, denmark, they could afford to buy a car and they really enjoyed it. they wanted to show it, and all trips they made or made by cars, the the new generation has a completely different view. >> i already gave my answer during my presentation. it is everything, especially if it is business or businessmen, it is money driven. show it is comparative in cost or it is less cost for business. because if you show that, there is a discussion. >> let me ask before i go to the next question, what in your experience the you believe was the most influential and excepting the different stages of the car and its role in
MSNBC
Sep 2, 2010 1:00pm EDT
could say hi to the doctor. - is he in? - he's in copenhagen. - oh, well, that's nice. - but you can still see him. - you just said he was in-- - copenhagen. - come on. - that's pretty far. - doc, look who's in town. - ellen! - copenhagen? - cool, right? vacation. - but still seeing patients. ( whispers ) workaholic. - i heard that. - she said it. - i-- cisco-- introducing healthpresence. >>> coast guard rescuers are responding to an oil platform explosion in the gulf of mexico. the platform located about 80 miles off the coast of louisiana, not in deep water. all 13 people have been evacuated. money may have been injured. else in the gulf, engineers are removing the cap from the broken well that caused the deepwater horizon rig to explode in april. crews will try to lift the broken blowout preventer from the sea floor. that's an important piece of evidence. officials do not expect oil to continue gushing. >>> two u.s. troops were killed in action in afghanistan on the same day defense secretary robert gaipts arrived on a surprise visit to kabul. he flew there from baghdad with meet
SFGTV
Sep 8, 2010 12:00am PDT
the copenhagen climate change conferences and a bit of disparity consequences people felt because of what was not accomplished in copenhagen. the fallback to then both national government to make up for that, which is unlikely, considering what debates are occurring in washington even falls back further to state governments and local governments. this is a time when cities and counties like san francisco and other counties like marchin who we'll hear from a little later in our meeting here today and other california counties and obviously in our midst who are pursuing aggressive and i think innovative goals in supplementing their energy portfolio with renewables and the kind of conservation that private utilities have been sluggish to implement. i believe because of the fine work of the p.u.c. in concert with lafco, staff and commissioners, we actually are sort of on the right trajectory. these next several months, as we'll hear today, are going to be critical to the ability of whether this thing really launches or not. if so, i think it's not just about san francisco and it's not just ab
MSNBC
Sep 8, 2010 11:00pm EDT
's in copenhagen. - oh, well, that's nice. - but you can still see him. - you just said he was in-- - copenhagen. - come on. - that's pretty far. - doc, look who's in town. - ellen! - copenhagen? - cool, right? vacation. - but still seeing patients. ( whispers ) workaholic. - i heard that. - she said it. - i-- cisco-- introducing healthpresence. like 100% whole grain, the way triscuit does, you always end up with something delicious. ♪ triscuit. weave some goodness. ♪ > at a breakfast today in washington, d.c. the republican governors association chairman quantified the republican party's michael steele problem. while mr. steele is beloved by everyone in cable news for obvious reasons, he is not particularly beloved by republican party donors. that is widely understood in political circles. before today we didn't really know exactly how much the republican party calculates it has cost them to keep mr. steele onboard as chairman. today he made it clear telling reporters, quote, we have to come up with about $10 million that normally would have been pushed into the governors races in various
MSNBC
Sep 10, 2010 9:00am EDT
if i could say hi to the doctor. - is he in? - he's in copenhagen. - oh, well, that's nice. - but you can still see him. - you just said he was in-- - copenhagen. - come on. - that's pretty far. - doc, look who's in town. - ellen! - copenhagen? - cool, right? vacation. - but still seeing patients. ( whispers ) workaholic. - i heard that. - she said it. - i-- cisco-- introducing healthpresence. no oil has flowed into the gulf for weeks, but it's just the beginning of our work. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility for the clean up in the gulf and that includes keeping you informed. my job is to listen to the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel and restaurant workers and find ways to help. i was born in new orleans. my family still lives here. bp is gonna be here until the oil is gone and the people and businesses are back to normal... until we make this right. ♪ [ female announcer ] good friends never run out of things to talk about... and during endless shrimp at red lobster, you can keep the conversation going over endless servings of your favorite shrimp. from classics like
NBC
Sep 17, 2010 4:30am PDT
and the bay area is not on it. oz low, tokyo, copenhagen rounded out the top five. new york is the only u.s. city on the list. stockholm, toronto and montreal on the list at 8 and 9. london rounds out the top 10. the raiders's first home game is sunday and if you want to see it, you have to go to the coliseum. the silver and black is blacked out. it's a game they should win against the rebuilding st. louis rams. >>> police are looking for a man who attacked a woman in an east bay apartment complex. christie smith has the latest on the search. christie? >> good morning. sheriffs investigators are concerned and say this was a sexual assault and a home invasion. a woman home alone in her apartment in her 20s. they are not sure how the man got in. this is happening at the same complex where similar assaults have been happening since late june. the park regency apartments. the latest was reported last night around 6:00 p.m. it doesn't appear that anything was taken from the woman's apartment and so far they are not releasing suspect descriptions this morning. three other assaults happened here
FOX News
Sep 5, 2010 9:00pm EDT
spirit was revised at least year's copenhagen's conference, this time with president obama leading the charge. >> we come here in copenhagen because climate change poses a s grave and growing danger. >> but the summit was thrown oft course when a draft copy was leaked out. it forced countries to pay developing nations .5% of theiry gdp. we would have to give no one poor nations.mpt and it was a hope to redistribute to the third world. >> it was toweal bring about a m massive shift of wealth from the united states to developing countries. in effect the third world, including china, is saying we chinese will lend you $100 billion and you will payou interest and then you give it back to us and the other third world countries to clean up our environment and building more factories to compete with youryo american-made products. that's probably the worst deal p that i heard in all my 30 years in congress. al >> while a global environmental treaty eludeshile us, al gore ad president obama have put the u.s. in a dangerous spot byd showing that we will sacrifice our sovereignty for those wh
MSNBC
Sep 7, 2010 9:00pm EDT
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MSNBC
Sep 16, 2010 9:00pm EDT
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FOX
Sep 20, 2010 4:25am EDT
and copenhagen. >>> 4,000 square feetle real estate are up to for sale near unless. the house you are about to see is truly a piece of history and a piece of art. fox's lee beno takes us inside. >> reporter: from the most you step onto this property, it is fair to say that it is very unique. a lot of people have had the chance to see the house from the outside but today, we got a chance to see it from the inside. >> it is a little different than what your normal house is. >> reporter: the outside has intrigued people for years. >> well, isn't that slick. >> reporter: when the doors opened for an open house, neighbors jumped at the chance it take a look. >> it just blows your mind. it is totally 60s. >> it is a lot brighter than what i thought it would be. >> if can i sell this, i can sell just about anything. >> reporter: dana murray has become the real estate agent. >> lease look around. there are no square feet. >> reporter: built in 1969, murray has been told the home is centered around a 2 # foot cement structure and secured by support cables that stretch all the way outside. >> it is n
CNN
Sep 12, 2010 7:00pm EDT
the terror threat level after an incident involving this man. here he is in a copenhagen hotel on tuesday. on friday he was injured iosn a explosion at a bathroom in the hotel that he triggers. the man who was carrying identity papers for three countriehas denied attempting to explode a bomb or carrying an illegal weapon. >>> a massive man hunt is under way near the u.s. mexico border. 85 inmates scaled a prison wall. many of the escapees are believed to be drug cartel members or hit men. two guards are also missing. dozens of other guards are being questioned in the largest prison break in mexico's history. >>> the fourth hurricanese of t season has now reached category four status. igor is in the atlantic. the warm waters and ideal wind conditions have helped it grow stronger. i want to ask jacqui jeras about the intensity of this storm and how much we should worry about it. we should be worried to a degree. you asked me, why do we care about igor? >> fir first of all, it is a major storm. winds of 140 miles per hour is s something to be concerned about. the other concern is the locatio
FOX News
Sep 6, 2010 12:00am EDT
in copenhagen because climate change poses a great and growing danger. >> sean: the summit was thrown off course when a draft copy of the proposed agreement leaked. it showed plans to force industrialized countrieses to pay developing nations an amount equivalent to .5% of their gdp levied a tax on countries like the u.s. to give money to poor nations. like kyoto a blatant attempt to redispwaoult -- redistribute wealth in the name of environment. >> to bring about a massive shift of wealth from the united states to developing countries. in effect the third world quoting that as saying we chinese will lend you 100 billion dollars and you pay interest and then you give it back to us in the other third world countries cleaning up our environment and building more factories to compete with your american-made products many probably the worst deal i've heard in all my 30 years in congress. >> sean: while the treaty eludes us gore and obama put the u.s. in a dangerous spot showing we will sacrifice our sovereignty for those who do not have our best interests at heart. >> still ahea >> sean: welcome bac
FOX News
Sep 10, 2010 4:00pm EDT
to his body, resulting in two explosions at a hotel in copenhagen. john ashcroft was attorney general under president george w. bush. he joins us new exclusively. thank you for coming. good to have you. >> great to be with you again, neil. >> neil: when i look at the developments out of denmark or planes out of amsterdam what is going ou on in that region of e world where it is draw on that section of the world? >> the threat is worldwide and we can't assume that we don't have the threat here. times square, the underwear bomber, they might be saying what is going on over there in the united states? the fact of the matter is that the terrorist movement is not only worldwide but it is continuing. and we have a culture which expects things to be resolved immediately, television culture which expects a program to last 30 minutes with four commercial breaks and then there to be a resolution. the terrorist community is part of an inner generational culture. they say if we don't get it done our grand children will get it done. if they don't get it done their grand children will get it done.
FOX News
Sep 13, 2010 11:00pm EDT
of the azma board. he attended a conference in copenhagen denmark in july of 2006 in which he led a panel there. not only that, he was leading prayers up until december of 2009 at the burlington coat factory mosque. the makeshift mosque that's at the ground zero location. >> bill: so he has been involved with this but imam rauf has not mentioned him or any of his associates in the context of this controversy. am i correct? >> absolutely right. i mean, the imam hasn't talked about really anybody that he does business with. >> bill: all right. so the imam, not only knew this guy but sat on the board of directors with him, founded an organization with him. so, why would the imam ignore this guy? he had to know that your project or the factor and the "new york post" did some reporting on this. the only media outlet that we could find that reported this story was "the new york post." he had to know that we were going to find out about this guy, did he not? >> well, you would think so. i mean, it's possible, i guess, that he doesn't know what faiz khan has been doing for the past nine years. >>
FOX News
Sep 15, 2010 9:00pm EDT
of when the san francisco speaker and 20 other liberal congressmen took a fleet of jets to copenhagen to attend last year's climate change summit is the air coming from the left thick with hypocrisy? not to mention carbon emissions. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] it's a universal gesture... ♪ a way of telling the world "you did it!"... without saying a word. introducing the mercedes-benz sl..amg. [ engine revs ] ♪ the best or nothing... that is what drives us. >> sean: when president obama was pushing health care reform one of his biggest selling points was that it would stop insurance companies from jacking up rates on you the consumer. >> the president: every year they raise premiums higher and higher. just last month, anthem blue cross in california tried to jack up rates by nearly 40%. 40%. anybody's paycheck gone up 40%? >> sean: surprise, surprise. the insurance companies are saying rates will increase due to the new law. kathleen sebelius has written a letter to the national association of health insurers calling on companies to stop blaming obama care for rising rates. the let
FOX News
Sep 16, 2010 12:00am EDT
speaker and 20 other liberal congressmen took a fleet of jets to copenhagen to attend last year's climate change summit is the air coming from the left thick with hypocrisy? ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] it's a universal gesture... ♪ a way of telling the world "you did it!"... without saying a word. introducing the mercedes-benz sl..amg. [ engine revs ] ♪ the best or nothing... that is what drives us. but, i'm a home. i'm always outside. i make being inside possible. look, do me a favor. get flood insurance. floods can devastate your home. fred, how you doing over there? i think this is gonna be a problem. see what i mean? hey, i know what i'm talking about. because i'm a home people. and, there's no place like me. [ female announcer ] only flood insurance covers floods. for a free brochure, call the number on your screen. >> sean: when president obama was pushing health care reform one of his biggest selling points was that it would stop insurance companies from jacking up rates on you the consumer. >> the president: every year they raise premiums higher and higher. just last month, ant
MSNBC
Sep 17, 2010 3:00pm EDT
employing himself up in copenhagen, denmark, the individual who attacked the danish cartoonist, these seem to be mostly home-grown plots. we'll have to see if the trend continues. >> you have this warning. we have to say there's ha political backdrop to this. parliament is debating this procedure under which terrorist suspects kb be electronically tagged and put under house arrest. that aside, let me ask you about the reality he warned apart from possible political reasons. how high is the threat from somalia and northern aye r ireland? and how how high is the threat? there's a lot of talk also about a royal wedding. you could have three major international events in london in one year. >> when it was just al qaeda central, it was easier to keep an eye on threats emerging, individuals coming back and forth from pakistan, afghanistan and the united kingdom. now you have the united splinter groups. like al qaeda and the arabian peninsula. it's becoming harder to track the individuals leading the united kingdom and heading to these places. there was an american killed this week in fighting in
MSNBC
Sep 23, 2010 10:00am EDT
an accord in copenhagen that for the first time commits all major economies to reduce their emissions. we are keenly aware this is just a first step and going forward we will support a process in which all major economies meet our responsibilities to protect the planet while unleashing the power of clean energy to serve as an engine of growth and development. america's also embraced unique responsibilities that come with our power. since the rains came and the flood waters rose in pakistan, we have pledged our assistance and we should all support the pakistani people as they recover and rebuild. and when the earth shook and haiti was devastated by loss, we joined a coalition of nations in response. today we honor those from the u.n. family who lost their lives in the earthquake. and commit ourselves to stand with the people of haiti until they can stand on their own two feet. amidst this upheaval, we have also been persistent in our pursuit of peace. last year i pledged my best efforts to support the goal of two states. israel and palestine. living side by side in peace and security as pa
NBC
Sep 7, 2010 6:00pm EDT
paintings by dylan opened in copenhagen. 40 paintings and eight drawings are called the brazil series. they were inspired by a trip that the artist took to that country. the show runs through january 30th. >> they look kind of moodie. >> not all that happy. >> no. >> like the virginia tech hokies. they got it handed to them. >> they fought. it was a good game. >> it was a good game. boise state holds off the hokies. dan snyder talks about growing up as an nfl owner. the redskins get to wipe away the taste of going winless in the nfc east next season. ♪ [ male announcer ] new inventory. ♪ new equipment. new trucks. new hires. ♪ new space. ♪ new markets. achievement seizes new opportunity. go to pnc.com/businessloans to see how we can help your cash flow situation. pnc. for the achiever in us all. >>> so did i read in the paper today that boise state is number one now? >> no. >> or got so many vots? >> in first place votes, but still number three. get this, they have won seven wac conference titles. wac is wac. >> western athletic conference. wac is wac. >> you look at the compe
FOX
Sep 19, 2010 10:00pm EDT
,000 people. the championship has been hosted by cities like my lap and copien -- milan and copenhagen. >>> now some virginia nonprofits are getting a boost they really didn't anticipate. fox 5's beth parker tells us it's coming from an unexpected place. >> reporter: jerry mcclard is days from turning 65 putting his life in order, giving some money to charity. in fact, there are places -- they're places he thinks saved his life. >> if i hadn't lived here, i might not be talking to you today. >> reporter: jerry is homeless. since february of 2002 he's lived here at the winchester rescue mission. jerry does the laundry and answers the phone. he's saved up money from his social security checks. now he's donating $1,000 to the mission, $1,000 to the nonprofit community coalition action project and $500 to a free clinic. >> he had the opportunity, could he have done whatever he wanted with -- he could have done whatever he wanted with that, but his heart told him to give it where it's most needed. >> reporter: some of the money jerry donated will go to this program. the idea is for men who
ABC
Sep 30, 2010 2:35am EDT
. n. $6,400. (buzzer) guadalupe. l. nope. jonathan. i. no i. lisha. m. "on the map." shh. copenhagen denmark. yeah, that's it. whoa! (laughs) (laughing) i'm trying. no, you're doing-- you can be as excited-- (laughs) well, you are trying. there's no doubt about that. well, let's see. jonathan blazes off to a $17,000 lead, and you end up with $32,460. oh, my gosh. oh, yeah, and this. hang on. i'll be back to talk with you in just a moment. boy, you deserved a better fate, my friend. i'm so sorry. that lose a turn got you, i don't know, two, three times. oh, it was fun. but i hope you had a good time with us... i sure did. and we'll give you $1,000 just for being here. thank you. we appreciate it. thanks, guadalupe, very much. thank you. well, she got you in the end, but you did very well--$17,600... thank you, pat. thank you. including that caribbean trip. yes. congratulations on that. yes. so here's the deal-- we're gonna take a break, and we're gonna come back, and she's gonna have a shot at $1 million. we'll see how it goes. whoo! call your neighbors. that wouldn't be too shabby, h
CNN
Sep 23, 2010 9:00am EDT
at home, we helped forge an accord in copenhagen that for the first time commits all major economies to reduce their emissions. we are keenly aware this is just a first step. in going forward, we will support a process in which all major economies meet our responsibilities to protect the planet while unleashing the power of clean energy to serve as an engine of growth and development. america's also embraced unique responsibilities that come with our power. since the rains came and the floodwaters rose in pakistan, we have pledged our assistance and we should all support the pakistani people as they recover and rebuild. and when the earth shook and haiti was devastated by loss, we joined a coalition of nations in response. today, we honor those from the u.n. family who lost their lives in the earthquake. and commit ourselves to stand with the people of haiti until they can stand on their own two feet. amidst this upheaval, we have also been persistent in our pursuit of peace. last year, i pledged my best efforts to support the goal of two states, israel and palestine, living side by
CSPAN
Sep 6, 2010 10:14am EDT
? the copenhagen consensus, organized by "the skeptical environmentalists" author. yes, if you were going to spend that kind of money, where would you spend it? reducing global warming or other things? some of these economists look at these issues and said, well, if you are going to spend that much money and you care about saving human lives back, do not bother with carbon emissions, spend it on reducing malaria. that will save weight more lives give up on carbon emissions to save lives through malaria here? should we not do both? economists are not very good that. when we look at the cost of one for the benefits of the cost of another, taking that perspective you are not actually won over as a friend of the environment. it is also argued, how can you be an economist and a friend of the environment? our economists not only interested in gdp? is that not what economics is about? driving everything forward for more goods and services? how crass can you be, being an environmentalist if you have had of an economist. the answer is, first off, economics is not completely focused on getting people richer
CBS
Sep 5, 2010 6:00am PDT
denmark. >> reporter: but this man and his band mates from copenhagen were making a return trip. i mean if you want to introduce yourself to the world you need to come here. >> i think at some point there's a lot of festivals but not as big as this. >> reporter: their appearance here last year led to a record deal. it worked out. >> it worked. >> reporter: it was worth the trip? >> yeah. >> i wanted a guitar. >> reporter: the most unlikely guest at south by southwest may have been dennis hensal. >> i'm an accountant by day. >> what are you doing here? >> reporter: we found him strolling sixth street around midnight with a texas-shaped guitar. >> you're trying to sell guitars. >> i'm trying to sell guitars. >> reporter: hensal has invested $600 to design and build this prototype that everyone seemed to want to try on. >> hopefully i'm generating some buzz or something. i don't know. i'm losing my shorts but i am having a ball. ♪ my eyes are so bleary ♪ i guess i'm young but i feel so weary ♪ > for artists, even accountants at south by southwest, this is a street of texas-sized drea
CSPAN
Sep 17, 2010 1:00pm EDT
is played an instrumental role in reaching the copenhagen accord, -- the united states played an important role in reaching the copenhagen accord, which helps with the adaptation and mitigation needs of developing countries addressing climate change. these are just some of the examples of the work over the past year and work the administration has undertaken to realize the president's vision for a more active and constructively engaged united states. that leads me to take up specifically some of the issues that will come up in the 65th u.n. general assembly. the assembly formally opens this week, but it really hits its stride next week. our goals and priorities for the u.n. general assembly can be broadly described as deepening, strengthening, and extending many of the actions already taken. we have four overall objectives that can be described. first, focusing on the development goals and making progress on our development priorities. second, improving the u.n.'s tools related to peace and security. to promoting human rights and tackling environmental changes. let me take a moment and tal
CSPAN
Sep 8, 2010 5:00pm EDT
ourselves and when negotiations in copenhagen reached an impasse, president obama and i went into a meeting with china, india, south africa and brazil, to try to forge pa compromise, and then with our colleagues from europe and elsewhere, we fashioned a deal that while far from perfect, saved of the summit from failure, and represents progress we can build , because for the first time, all major economies made national commitments to curb carbon emissions and report with transparency on their mitigation efforts. so we know that there's a lot to be done on substantive issues, and there must continue to be an emphasis on democracy, human rights, and the rule of law, so at they are cemented in to the foundations of these institutions. this is something that i take very seriously. because there's no pointin trying to build institutions for the 21st century, that don't act to counter repression and resist pressure on human rights. that extend fundamental freedoms over time, to places where they have too long been denied. and that is our sixth major step. we are upholding and defending the univer
CSPAN
Sep 8, 2010 8:00pm EDT
and when negotiations in copenhagen reached an impasse, president obama and i went into a meeting with china, india, south africa and brazil, to try to forge pa compromise, and then with our colleagues from europe and elsewhere, we fashioned a deal that while far from perfect, saved of the summit from failure, and represents progress we can build on, because for the first time, all major economies made national commitments to curb carbon emissions and report with transparency on their mitigation efforts. so we know that there's a lot to be done on substantive issues, and there must continue to be an emphasis on democracy, human rights, and the rule of law, so that they are cemented in to the foundations of these institutions. this is somethin that i take very seriously. because there's no point in trying to build institutions for the 21st century, that don't act to counter repression and resist pressure on human rights. that extend fundamental freedoms over time, to places where they have too long been denied. and that is our sixth major step. we are upholding and defenng the univ
FOX News
Sep 23, 2010 9:00am EDT
in copenhagen that, for the first time, permits all major economies to reduce their emissions. and we are keenly aware of -- that this is just a first step, and in going forward we'll support a process in which all major economies meet our responsibilities to protect the planet, while unleashing the power of clean energy to serve as an engine of growth and development. america's also embraced unique responsibilities with -- that come with our power. since the rains came and floodwaters rose in pakistan we have pledged our assistance, and we should all support the pakistani people as they recover and rebuild. and when the earth shook and haiti was devastated by loss we joined a coalition of nations in response. today, we honor those from the u.n. family who lost their lives in the earthquake. and commit ourselves to stand with the people of haiti until they can stand on their own two feet. amidst this upheaval, we have also been persistent in our pursuit of peace. last year, i pledged my best efforts to support the goal of two states: israel and palestine. living side by side in peace, and securi
KRON
Sep 23, 2010 7:00am PDT
of deadly weapons we also comple we helped forge copenhagen the first time commit economies to reduce their emissions. we are keenly aware this is the first death. in going for we will support a process in which all major economies meet our responsibilities to protect the planet while unleashing the power of clean energy to serve as an engine of growth and development. america is embraced unique responsibility that come with their power. since our rains came in the flood waters rose in august and we have pledged assistance as should all support the pakistani people as to recover and rebuild. when the earth shook in haiti was devastated by last week joined a coalition of nations in response. today we honor those from the family who lost their lives in year's quake. they commit ourselves to stand with the people of haiti until they can stand on their own. amidst this of people we have also been persistent in their pursuit of peace. last year i pledge my efforts to support the goal of two states israel, palestine. living side by side in peace and security. as part of a comprehensive peac
CSPAN
Sep 25, 2010 2:00pm EDT
in clean energy and efficiency at home, we helped forge an accord in copenhagen that -- for the first time -- commits all major economies to reduce their emissions. we are keenly aware this is just a first step. and going forward, we will support a process in which all major economies meet our responsibilities to protect the planet while unleashing the power of clean energy to serve as an engine of growth and development. america has also embraced unique responsibilities with come -- that come with our power. since the rains came and the floodwaters rose in pakistan, we have pledged our assistance, and we should all support the pakistani people as they recover and rebuild. and when the earth shook and haiti was devastated by loss, we joined a coalition of nations in response. today, we honor those from the u.n. family who lost their lives in the earthquake, and commit ourselves to stand with the people of haiti until they can stand on their own two feet. amidst this upheaval, we have also been persistent in our pursuit of peace. last year, i pledged my best efforts to support the goal of t
CSPAN
Sep 8, 2010 11:00pm EDT
negotiations in copenhagen reached an impasse, president obama and i went into a meeting with china, india, south africa and brazil, to try to forge pa compromise, and then with our colleagues from europe and elsewhere, we fashioned a deal that while far from perfect, saved of the summit from failure, and represents progress we can build on, because for the first time, all major economies made national commitments to curb carbon emissions and report with transparency on their mitigation efforts. so we know that there's a lot to be done on substantive issues, and there must continue to be an emphasis on democracy, human rights, and the rule of law, so that they are cemented in to the foundations of these institutions. this is something that i take very seriously. because there's no point in trying to build institutions for the 21st century, that don't act to counter repression and resist pressure on human rights. that extend fundamental freedoms over time, to places where they have too long been denied. and that is our sixth major step. we are upholding and defending the universal values th
CSPAN
Sep 11, 2010 2:00pm EDT
that, because it is a very important movie. the film premiered at sundance and was shown in copenhagen last december. pat has worked in the leadership circle of u.s. senator ken salazar, now secretary of the interior. he is the founder of wild goose ministries in colorado. welcome package mcconathy, and governorartter richardson. >> we will have opening remarks and then we will start with some questions. >> i thought ritter was going to go first, and i was going to copy him, since he has been such a great governor. [applause] >> i have a governor's speech here, which i am not going to give. you are welcome. there are several points i want to make, and i know we have a limited time. i want to thank all of you. this is a great group of renewable energy experts, the biggest landowner in the mexico i have to pay tribute to, ted turner. i know james cameron and so many other notables are here. i think focusing on what ted and chairman -- cameron and t. boone pickens and some of the others to know how to generate public support for issues. my first message is, we have to find new ways of inf
MSNBC
Sep 1, 2010 2:00am EDT
was wondering if i could say hi to the doctor. - is he in? - he's in copenhagen. - oh, well, that's nice. - but you can still see him. - you just said he was in-- - copenhagen. - come on. - that's pretty far. - doc, look who's in town. - ellen! - copenhagen? - cool, right? vacation. - but still seeing patients. ( whispers ) workaholic. - i heard that. - she said it. - i-- cisco-- introducing healthpresence.
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